: Interviews conducted in conjunction with an exhibition celebrating the famous tramp across the continent by Charles F. Lummis, the founder of the Southwest Museum. Includes Ted Jojola from Isleta Pueblo talking about Lummis and the pueblo where he lived from 1888-1891 and Keith Lummis' remembrances of his father. Also interviewed are Bernard Fontana, Daniela Moneta, Romain Ahlstrom, Carolee Campbell, David Cameron, Lawrence Clark Powell, Mary Ellen Stiles, Don Scott Thompson, Marc Simmons, David Cameron, Edwin R. Bingham, Patrick Houlihan, Doyce Nunis, Rod Hutchinson, and Michael Heisley.Source
: 11 Tapes of 11: 1/8 inch audio cassette Call Number
: MIMSY CA.67 MIMSY CA.68 MIMSY CA.69 MIMSY CA.70 MIMSY CA.71 MIMSY CA.72 MIMSY CA.73 MIMSY CA.74 MIMSY CA.75 MIMSY CA.76 MIMSY CA.77 Rights
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